I have no idea how old the sign is, but the Ritz Classic Bowling Lanes opened for business in 1958. Unfortunately it closed down about a year ago.
This is what’s left of an old pier out on the Great Salt Lake.
Strewn across the western landscape are these huge concrete arrows. They are remnants from the early days of air mail delivery. Before the advent of GPS and other directional technology, the pilots flying the U.S. Mail would use these arrows to direct them on their routes. They would fly in a straight line, until they came to the next arrow, about every 20 miles, where it would indicate which direction they need to change to.
And finally, this guy. I have no idea how aged he is, but he sure doesn’t look like a spring chicken.
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